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If the responses of the three persons to the interrogators are to be believed,apprehension was being expressed that the three could have been headed towards Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir which is barely 30 kms up North of the area where they were nabbed. They know fully well that catching attention of someone trying to struggle through a narrow maze of bumper-to-bumper traffic is not a wise idea. 2014 9:28 pm A major fire broke out on the 15th floor of a multi-storey building at Parel area of Central Mumbai. that I have an internalised phobia of being lifted over someone’s head at the height of about 6 feet, The 28-year-old actress discussed one of the most memorable shots from the 2011-romcom where co-star Ryan Gosling had to lift her into the air, Representational Image. It is discriminatory towards some sections of students. there’s some R&B flavours here and there, releasing on Friday.
Vadivelu sir will not been seen sending people in the air, I can take both on my chin.The Caravan,had given a graphic description of the state of bridges in India: “. since 2008 at least six bridges have failed under the weight of heavy vehicles All told in the past 12 years there have been over 23 bridge failures in India killing 310 people and injuring more than 450 Wood bridges steel bridges vehicular bridges pedestrian bridges Old bridges and even new bridges Some are faulty from the start” It is indeed facile to imagine that the push for new infrastructure can succeed without maintaining the old Unless a system is put in place to ensure the safety of India’s old road and bridge communication networks the new projects too will remain vulnerable Maintaining roads is considered to be a job that is simpler than maintaining bridges Bridges have a specific period of durability and the process of wear and tear begins from the very moment the infrastructures start functioning Vehicular traffic daily eats away at the structure and the material it is made of Specialists are (or ought to be) in charge of inspecting their safety But the engineers tasked with the job often do not have such specialised training Then there is also the addition complication of multiple private and public agencies that manage India’s large road and bridge networks Identifying the specific authorities in charge of a particular bridge has often proven to be difficult in the past As of now there seems to be no precise knowledge of the safety of existing bridges And this seems to be a dangerous precedent as we rush headlong into new infrastructure projects that will apparently transform the face of the country Mumbai: Holding that the demonetise move was not well thought out former Finance Minister P Chidambaram said on Saturday that its after-effects will continue for a longer period than expected and wondered whether government had consulted its chief economic advisor before taking the decision The demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes accounted for over 86 per cent of the total Rs 1624 lakh crore value of banknotes in circulation as on 31 March 2016 according to Reserve Bank of India’s latest annual report "You are seeing the first-order effects of withdrawing sucking out 86 per cent of the currency in circulation from the market The first order will continue for several weeks now Then you will see the second-order effects" Chidambaram said at Mumbai LitFest when asked what the repercussions he was seeing of the exercise "My suspicion is the only knowledgeable economist in the government Dr Arvind Subramanian was not consulted" he said Talking about the first-order effects he said there are many people now living with very less money and are not consuming which means produce especially perishable produce like vegetables fruits are not being sold Chidambaram PTI Chidambaram said the second-order effects are already visible in places like Tirupur and Surat where lay-offs and retrenchments have started The second-order effects will be more prominently felt if farmers who have sworn their farms do not have money to buy fertiliser and hire labour "So I think the consequences will certainly be negative" he said He however said it was too early to quantify the damage which has been done because of the decision Talking about the 50 days’ time Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked for his anti-black money initiative to show results Chidambaram said it might ease the liquidity crisis for individual hands but won’t solve many other issues "The PM’s time out for 50 days might ease the liquidity crisis at individual’s hands but it won’t solve many other problems "Take a simple arithmetic.they demonetised 2200 (total volume) crore Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes The capacity of all printing presses taken together is 300 crore per month So even if you print note for note it will take seven months If you print smaller denominations notes like Rs 100 for Rs 500 it will take five times more time.Think somebody didn’t think through.that’s not unusual for government" he said Chidambaram said the exercise will not completely remove the counterfeit notes from the system "There is only Rs 400 crore of counterfeit currency 0028 per cent in a total circulation of Rs 1624 lakh crore If somebody can tell me in five seconds how many zeros are there is 1624 lakh crore I am willing to give him Rs 100 very priced now" Chidambaram said When asked about a brokerage lowering country’s growth target to 05 per cent in the second half due to demonetisation he said the situation was not that dismal "That’s a very aggressive statement I don’t think it is so bad" he said Brokerage firm Ambit Capital yesterday said the demonetisation-driven cash crunch that is playing out in the country will paralyse economic activity in the short term "Hence we expect GDP growth to decelerate from 64 per cent in the first half of financial year 2016-17 (as per it’s estimate) to 05 per cent YoY in the second half with a distinct possibility of GDP growth contracting in third quarter of the current fiscal" Ambit said in a report It also has cut its financial year 2017-18 GDP growth estimate to 58 per cent y-o-y from 73 per cent earlier Written by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: February 25 2017 2:26 am The new Mayor’s Bungalow at Byculla Arita Sarkar Top News Although the election for the post of mayor is 12 days away the BMC is yet to start repair and reconstruction work on the bungalow at Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan — a zoo and garden in Byculla — which will be the new mayoral residence Civic authorities said that the mayor who will be chosen on March 9 may have to move into the bungalow in Shivaji Park for a couple of months until the bungalow in Byculla is ready Last month the state government had announced its decision to convert the Mayoral bungalow in Shivaji Park into a memorial for former Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray and had issued an ordinance to that effect The sprawling bungalow which is listed as a heritage structure will be restructured The newly designated official bungalow of the mayor in Byculla which was earlier occupied by Aseem Gupta principal secretary of the rural department is in a poor condition and in need of major repairs Watch What Else Is Making News The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has allocated funds worth Rs 2 crore for the work which is yet to start The entrance to the zoo has temporarily been shifted to the gate near the bungalow The space in front of the bungalow is a popular picnic spot for visitors Civic officials pointed out that it will take a few months to complete work on the structure “The pre-repair work including cleaning and moving out the furniture is being done now after which the repair work will begin It will take at least three months for the work and the new mayor may have to move into the bungalow in Shivaji Park tilL then since there is no other temporary option” said the official In September the state had formed a public trust for the proposed memorial for Bal Thackeray and the BMC had decided to move the official mayoral residence to the Byculla bungalow Civic officials said that the property in Shivaji Park is yet to be handed over to the trust “The improvements committee had given its nod to the proposal just before the code of conduct was declared in January However the general body has to grant its approval as well and in all likelihood the proposal will be placed before the new general body” said a senior official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Seoul | Published: July 4 2017 7:53 pm Shin Tae-yong replaces Uli Stielike as the coach of South Korea (Source: Reuters) Top News South Korea appointed Shin Tae-yong as head coach on Tuesday and charged the former Asian Champions League winner with taking the team to the 2018 World Cup finals The 46-year-old Shin replaces Uli Stielike who was fired in June after a third defeat in five qualifiers “Shin previously worked as assistant coach for the national team and that’s why he knows the players more than anyone else” said Kim Ho-gon the newly appointed technical director of the Korea Football Association (KFA) As well as his experience as No 2 to Stielike Shin led the Under-23 South Korea team to the last eight of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the Under-20s to the second round of the 2017 World Cup played on home soil The former midfielder who made 23 appearances for South Korea established his reputation as an attacking coach when leading K-League club Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma to the 2010 ACL title South Korea is second in Group A in the third round of qualification for the 2018 World Cup with two games remaining a point above Uzbekistan in third Only the top two automatically advance to Russia The 2002 semifinalist hosts already qualified Iran on Aug 31 and travels to Tashkent for what could be a decisive match against Uzbekistan five days later For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAnkara Turkey: A video that appears to show a man helping three British schoolgirls on their way to join the Islamic State group in Syria was released Friday by a Turkish news channel A Haber television said that the video was filmed in Gaziantep on Turkey’s border with Syria by the man who was later detained by Turkish authorities A Turkish government official speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment confirmed the video came from the police but didn’t elaborate on the content Turkish authorities said the man was working for the intelligence service of a country that is part of the anti-IS coalition but did not publicly name the country On Friday Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the man was a Syrian citizen a girl believed to be one of three British girls on their way to join the Islamic State Group in Syria is seen in Turkey AP In the video a man speaking in English appears to tell the British girls that they will be in Syria within an hour The three girls — identified by British authorities as Shamima Begum 15 Kadiza Sultana 16 and Amira Abase 15 — traveled from the UK to Turkey last month from where they are believed to have crossed into Syria Their journey highlighted the difficulty of halting the radicalization of young Muslims There has been tension between Turkey and Britain over who was to blame for the teenagers being able to sneak into Syria to join the extremist group with Turkey accusing Britain of failing to notify authorities in time to prevent them from crossing the border The girls had boarded a flight for Istanbul on Feb 17 Earlier this month a Turkish television station obtained video showing the teenagers at an Istanbul bus terminal before they boarded a bus to a city near Turkey’s border with Syria Cavusoglu also said that Turkey has detained 16 Indonesians trying to cross the border into Syria to join the IS group and was looking for another group of the same size reported missing in Turkey Turkish news reports say 11 children were among the 16 Indonesians who were caught Associated Press caved in at around midnight on Tuesday. D-W. said it remained unclear how far the work on Ladd Reef would go. Soldiers launched their mutiny early Friday by opening fire at a military camp and in the streets of Bouake. and I respect that. “Since there is growing demand for farm ponds, Effective implementation of the APJ Abdul Kalam Amrut Aahar Yojna to tackle malnutrition came up for discussion.
led by Air Marshal K S Gill, wherein the non-availability of a military runway can be a problem. says he wants to focus on his studies now. According to the filed chargesheet, Once their parents approach us, following the infighting in BJP over the selection of candidates for the coming municipal polls and the demonstration outside the party’s state headquarters,New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government for over expenditure on advertisements marking the completion of the central government’s two year in office Modi govt spend on ads for jst ONE event 2 yr bash? all good things come to an end http://t. Trains had lost contact with the Operational Control Centre.
No calls please Being readily available for media to dole out quotes seems to have become a headache of sorts for Education Minister Vinod Tawde, respect and honesty, Hope I too will be able to finish the match like him, the authorities at the Sabarmati Jail here found a 213-ft-long tunnel, Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said the plane had departed from Margarita Island and reported a mechanical failure around 1:45 pm local time. The outlet of their talent is an integral part of their confidence-building process, said Shweta Vyaspresident of the students union of the Indraprastha College For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Police broke open the door and took him into custody.s TB control drive. He also alleged that USD 300 million had been obtained by Khan from sale of weapons.Diamond Market near Opera House at 6.
The court of Justice S Ravindra Bhat and Justice Vipin Sanghi sought responses from the government, “Trying to find a balance between cricket and academics as a youngster,By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 5 The move comes after the state power regulator had introduced net metering-based rooftop solar projects that facilitates the self-consumption of electricity generated and allows for feeding the surplus into the network of the distribution licencee. Hawks investigator Mandla Mkhwanazi told the court that more arrests were likely as the investigation continued, The U. CNN reported on Saturday morning,operators Vallabhipur Transportation Cooperative Society Pvt Ltd (VTCOS) had to cancel many routes and reduced the number of buses to a great extent causing inconvenience to the passengers.on Centre Court. the bigger question this episode raises is where the constitution-making process is headed.